Vietnam’s joining of the global movement toward authentication without passwords has been marked by the launch of a Make-in-Vietnam strong authentication ecosystem that does not require passwords.
Applying artificial intelligence in the hydro-meteorological sector is essential, said Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Le Cong Thanh.
Technology and innovation are the answers to the question about how Vietnam can to escape from doing only outsourcing for foreign partners.
Instead of using the Bluezone app only as a supporting measure, local authorities have been advised to use the app as a major solution to trace sources of infection.
There are many ways to make money in the 4.0 industrial era with the support of high technologies.
Mai Liem Truc, former Deputy Minister of Posts and Telematics, believes that technology and digital transformation is the key to robust growth.
Participants at the National Forum on Developing Vietnam’s Digital Enterprises all agreed that never before have Vietnam’s digital technology firms developed so strongly.
Vietnam’s industry has seen the fastest upward movement in ranking in global competitiveness among Southeast Asian countries, coming closer to the top 4 ASEAN countries.
A difficult question can often become easier if a new approach is used, Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung told representatives of Thai Nguyen agencies pursuing the path to digital transformation.
The rapid development of technology is a threat to workers, as robots can now replace many hotel and bank officers.
With the current data and technology, when weather patterns that can cause heavy rains appear, Vietnam can predict large-scale heavy rains in mountainous areas 1-2 days in advance
Vietnamese consumers have bought made-in-Vietnam fashion products and other goods but few technology products have been popular until the appearance of V-smartphones.
Investors say they have huge amounts of capital in hands and are seeking good technology startups to disburse the money.
It requires huge investment capital to build waste-to-electricity (WTE) plants with high technologies. Meanwhile, enterprises are meeting many barriers, especially in policies.